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Walker at ‘Limits to Growth’ says refugee program dangerous to women

Posted by Ann Corcoran on May 20, 2016

rape refugees WalkerBrenda Walker sent testimony to the US State Department by the deadline yesterday and then posted it here at her excellent blog, Limits to Growth.

She says, “Washington’s refugee rescue project has gone from an expensive do-gooder welfare program to a dangerous national security threat,” and goes on to urge readers to look at Europe to understand what is coming our way.

“Europe shows the horror Washington is rushing willy-nilly to imitate. For those of us who value women’s rights and safety, the mass sexual attacks that occurred on New Years in Cologne and other cities were a reminder of how bad Muslim diversity can be. On February 15, the AP reported that of the 73 suspects arrested thus far out of more than a thousand criminal complaints, the “overwhelming majority” were refugees, according to Cologne prosecutor Ulrich Bremer.”

Go to Limits to Growth for her detailed testimony to the State Department which includes extensive linked information to back up what she says.

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Top RRW posts of the last week!

Posted by Ann Corcoran on May 20, 2016

I’ve had a request to reinstate the weekly roundup.

I’m going to continue posting a detailed monthly roundup (here is the one from April if you missed it).  But as a compromise, below is a quick list of the top three posts of this past week.  Also, be sure to see ‘Top Posts’ in the right hand sidebar. Those are the ones ‘trending’ in the last day or so.

Top three posts visited and shared by readers (surprisingly #2 is from January) in the last week:

Canada: Muslim Imam admits refugee resettlement is caliphate-building!

Amarillo, TX being destroyed by refugee overload

Nevada: Ready or not refugees on the way to Reno

 

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Testimony to US State Department from author, activist James Simpson

Posted by Ann Corcoran on May 19, 2016

Editor: This is another copy of testimony submitted in response to my offer to post testimony that readers have sent, or are sending, to the US State Department before close of business today.  Your testimony can be long or short, more detailed or less so.  Just send something!  And, then be sure to copy it to your elected officials.  You have a few more hours to send in your testimony!

Persons wishing to submit written comments on the appropriate size and scope of the FY 2017 U.S. Refugee Admissions Program should submit them by 5 p.m. on Thursday, May 19, 2016 via email to PRM-Comments@state.gov or fax (202) 453-9393.

The refugee resettlement program should be put on hold until we can put our house back in order.

From James Simpson:

The refugee resettlement program is expensive, secretive and dangerous. We have been resettling millions of people from all over the world who largely do not assimilate to our society and culture. The refugee contractors place increasing numbers throughout our community without our knowledge or consent. And when the federal grant monies run out (which we pay for through taxes), local communities are left to deal with these needy populations. The Office of Refugee Resettlement maintains statistics of welfare use among refugee communities. Refugees use welfare at rates wildly out of proportion to their number. Even after 5 years, refugee welfare use is magnitudes greater than U.S. citizens. For example, 60.2% of refugees still use food stamps after 5 years, while the rate for citizens is 15.1% – and that is the highest rate for U.S. citizens in recorded history. In their first year, refugees use food stamps at the rate of 75.9% and cash assistance at the rate of 46.9% (Americans use cash assistance at the rate of 5.3%). We are $20 trillion in debt, and cannot afford to expand our burgeoning welfare state further with populations of people supported by welfare.

Islamic terror plots and attacks have increased at exponential rates in the U.S. and abroad in the past few years, culminating this year in the horrendous mass murders in Paris, San Bernardino and Brussels. Two of the Paris terrorists were carrying Syrian passports, and ISIS has its own passport printing facility according to the FBI. The San Bernardino Islamic terrorists were recruited by Mohamed Hassan, a Somali refugee who returned to Somalia from Minnesota to become a terrorist recruiter. ISIS intends to use the refugee program to infiltrate terrorists into the U.S. The head of every single federal security agency says that Syrian refugees cannot be vetted, yet president Obama wants to reduce processing time from 18 months to 3 months, an 83% reduction. While most Syrians we resettle here will likely not be a threat, some certainly will be; and increasing the size of the Syrian population will provide a safe haven for Islamic terrorists to hide and plot. Lt. Gen. Vincent Stewart, director of the Defense Intelligence Agency, says that an attack in the U.S. by ISIS is likely in 2016.

The goal of refugee resettlement is to send refugees back to their homeland. That is what they prefer and should be our purpose. We can provide many more benefits to Syrians in refugee camps at the same cost than we can if we bring them here. This is the more compassionate and cost effective way to help. Finally, Syrians currently residing in refugee camps do not meet the definition of “refugee” as provided in the 1951 Convention relating to the Status of Refugees, which is our operating framework. For these reasons, the refugee resettlement program should be put on hold until we can put our house back in order. To do otherwise is the height of irresponsibility, and flagrantly denies our current waking reality every single day.

 

This is the eleventh testimony in our series leading up to the deadline for testimony at 5 p.m. today, May 19th.  Go here for where they are archived. We are posting as many as we can because we know the US State Department has refused in the past to make them public (so much for Obama transparency!).

I will continue to post testimonies even after the deadline.  I was not expecting so many!

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Testimony to the US State Department from Shoemaker in South Carolina

Posted by Ann Corcoran on May 19, 2016

Editor: This is another copy of testimony submitted in response to my offer to post testimony that readers have sent, or are sending, to the US State Department before close of business today.  Your testimony can be long or short, more detailed or less so.  Just send something!  And, then be sure to copy it to your elected officials.  You have a few more hours to send in your testimony!

This is insanity of a very special kind!

From Shoemaker:

To Whom it May Concern:

When the history of our era is written, it will do a great deal of damage to the reputations of either the people living today or to the historians who write the history because it is frankly unbelievable.

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ISIS has said it will infiltrate the refugee stream to the West.

We know the people of the United States and our government officials have been warned repeatedly by ISIS that terrorists are being insinuated into the refugee and pseudo-refugee (per international law, a refugee is someone fleeing for life and limb, who has reached a place of refuge – upon leaving it, they are no longer refugees) groups migrating from Muslim countries.

So what does our President and State Department do? They double down and ask for more money to bring more “refugees” here.

We see what is happening in England (hundreds,maybe thousands of girls groomed, abused and treated like sex-slaves by Pakistani male gangs, for example —http://www.birminghammail.co.uk/news/midlands-news/police-knew-grooming-gangs-were-9518461). Police were afraid to let the public know – now we know, but the implications are still being ignored.

This is insanity of a very special kind. None dare call it treason, but making America vulnerable to the kind of “hope and change” Angela Merkel is bringing to Europe, is nothing less than treasonous. Our elected officials have duties to the security and domestic tranquility of our people. They are not upholding their oaths of office and you are not helping them to do so.

You do not even follow the law requiring you to consult with communities. Our communities have elected officials to represent the entire community. Education officials, Welfare bureaucrats, etc., are not elected by the community. You should be consulting with state legislators, and county and city council members – but these are among the last to know. Could it be because they represent the people who you do not want to have informed about your plans to insert very needy, dependent families and individuals into their towns and villages? The obvious conclusion anyone paying attention has to come up with is this one. Your program is deliberately secretive.

Most people paying attention to what is happening to this country, and especially those who have read the “Welcoming New Americans” report that was posted on the White House website on April 15, 2015 (attached), know that the flood of “refugees” coming to America are not coming to improve our culture but to change it; not to improve our economy, but to exploit it; not to increase job opportunities for Americans, but to replace them. As the report indicates, the immigrant new Americans helped by the leveraging of resources from 18 Federal agencies, are to be taught to navigate our system, become credentialed and successful in business and government and learn to function as communities within communities. When the time is right, they will join together and become a nation within a nation.

In short, we are on to what you are doing and we are making plans to put a stop to it. We realize that too many people (but fewer all the time) still believe this is an humanitarian project, but Mr. Trump does not believe this and since there will soon be a new administration, you might want to convert what you are doing to something genuinely humanitarian.

Here are some common sense suggestions:

Federal money now being spent to move poor, uneducated and unskilled people to America should be allocated to States trying to recruit able Americans to fill jobs. If American family relocation was subsidized the way you are subsidizing whole family relocation of refugees, unemployed Americans would find it easier to relocate.

Terrorist organizations like ISIS should be eliminated by our military and those who are displaced by military action, should be helped as close to their homes as possible. We know this kind of help is preferred by most refugees. It is also much cheaper than relocation and resettlement in America. Your own records show massive mental health problems in the “new American” population. Could movement from a 7th century culture to a 21st century culture have something to do with this? (Reports from our local child welfare experts indicate that might be the case. What are we doing? Your refugee resettlement program appears to be an abusive program. Abusive to all concerned.)

How can this program be good for our country?

I would like an answer to this question.

This is the tenth testimony in our series leading up to the deadline for testimony at 5 p.m. today, May 19th.  Go here for where they are archived. We are posting as many as we can because we know the US State Department has refused in the past to make them public (so much for Obama transparency!).

I will continue to post testimonies even after the deadline.  I was not expecting so many!

Posted in Reforms needed, Refugee Resettlement Program, Testimony for 5/19/2016 State Dept. citizen input | Tagged: | 4 Comments »

International Rescue Committee expanding, Richmond added to sites in Virginia

Posted by Ann Corcoran on May 19, 2016

IRC logo

Warning! If you go to the IRC’s webpage you will notice that you are being followed henceforth with a ‘cookie’ with this logo and a plea for money.

This is just a quick mention, way too much happening today!

We have been telling you about how the UN/US State Department Refugee Admissions Program is rapidly expanding to new sites—Rutland, VT, Missoula, MT, Reno, NV, Ithaca, NY and so on.  These new offices are to accommodate the ever-expanding program because Obama has said we will take 85,000 refugees this year, by September 30th and 100,000 in FY2017.

Here the IRC toots its horn about its new office in Richmond, Virginia.

If you are a new reader, you probably don’t know that the IRC is being investigated for fraud in Turkey where it works to ‘help’ Syrian refugees.

If you have never seen the list of resettlement sites in the US, click here to learn if your city is on the list. The newest ones are not listed yet.

You will see that there are already a couple of contractors working in Richmond, why do they need more?

It is not too late to weigh in and send (polite and professional) testimony to the US State Department today, here.

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Ten reason there should be a moratorium on the UN/US Refugee Admissions Program for FY2017

Posted by Ann Corcoran on May 19, 2016

Readers, this (below) is what I am sending to the US State Department today.  If you have followed RRW for years you will recognize this as a modification of the first testimony I sent in 2012.  Frankly, nothing much has changed!

Some things have gotten worse. Only one issue I raised then has been improved—they get the ORR Annual Reports to Congress done more quickly.  They still aren’t getting them to Congress when the law says they should, but almost.

One issue that is much worse is the prospect that an Islamic terrorist could slip into the refugee flow to America with the huge increase in the number of refugees coming from Syria, Iraq and Somalia.

However, for the first time in the almost 9 years I’ve written this blog, there is a little window of hope that the Refugee Admissions Program could be dramatically altered if President Donald Trump does half of what he says he will do (and Congress does its job of reviewing the entire program).

If Hillary Clinton or Bernie Sanders are elected President, this program will continue on steroids. There will be no reform.

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Here are ten points slightly modified, but essentially the same as I sent to the State Department 4 years ago.

 

Ten Reasons there should be no refugees resettled in the US in FY2017—instead a moratorium should be put in place until the program is reformed (or abolished), the economy completely recovers, and we are assured that security screening will protect us.

Why?

1)    Refugees take jobs that low-skilled Americans and teens need. The program was never meant to be simply a way to import impoverished people to the US and place them on an already overtaxed welfare system. Those that do find work are taking jobs that American citizens need.

2)  The program has become a cash cow for various ‘religious’ organizations and other contractors who very often appear to care more about the next group of refugees coming in (and the cash that comes with each one) than the group they resettled only a few months earlier. Stories of refugees suffering throughout the US are rampant.

Indeed, there is no accountability for the billions of tax payer dollars going to the program. Short of a complete halt to resettlement-by-contractor, taxpayers should be protected by legally requiring financial audits of contractors and subcontractors on an annual basis.

3)   Terrorist organizations have threatened to use the program that still clearly has many failings in the security screening system.  Indeed consideration should be given to halting the resettlement of Muslims altogether.  Also, the UN should have no role in choosing refugees for the US.  There is no reason we can’t make the decision about who we want to ‘welcome’ to America without UN meddling.

4)    The public is not confident that screenings for potential terrorists (#3) or the incidences of other types of fraudulent entry are being properly and thoroughly investigated and stopped.  When fraud is uncovered—either fraud to enter the country or illegal activity once the refugee has been resettled—punishment should be immediate deportation.

5)    Congress has not specifically disallowed the use of the refugee program for other purposes of the US Government, especially using certain refugee populations to address other foreign policy objectives—Uzbeks, Kosovars, Meshketians, Syrians, Iraqis, Somalis, and Bhutanese (Nepalese) people come to mind.

6)    The State Department and the ORR have so far failed to adequately determine and report (and track once the refugee has been admitted) the myriad communicable and costly-to-treat diseases entering the country with the refugee population. Refugees suffering from serious (and expensive) mental health issues should be screened-out.

7)  There is no process for alerting communities to the impending arrival of refugees that includes reports from the federal government (with local input) about the social and economic impact a certain new group of refugees will have on a city or town. Such a report should be presented to the public through public hearings and the local government must have an opportunity to say ‘no.’

8)  The federal government should not be acting as head-hunter for corporations (like the meatpackers!). Congress needs to investigate and specifically disallow any connection between this program and big businesses looking for cheap and captive labor.

9)  If Congress and the President determine we must have some refugee program, a mechanism should be established that would help a refugee go home if he or she is unhappy or simply can’t make it in America. 

10) If during a moratorium, the Congress and the President decide that a refugee program of some sort is needed, the VOLAG system should be completely abolished and the program should be run by state agencies with accountability to the public through their state legislatures. The system as presently constituted is surely unconstitutional.  (One of many benefits of turning the program over to a state agency is to break up the government/contractor employee revolving door that is being demonstrated now at both the State Department and ORR.)

For these reasons and more, the Refugee admissions program should be placed on hold and a serious effort made by Congress to either scrap the whole thing or reform it during the moratorium.  My recommendation for 2017 is to stop the program now.

The Office of the President/US State Department could indeed ask for Congressional hearings to review the Refugee Act of 1980-–more than three decades is time enough to see its failings and determine if reauthorization is feasible or if a whole new law needs to be written.

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Testimony to US State Department from Elena in Montana

Posted by Ann Corcoran on May 18, 2016

Editor: This is another copy of testimony submitted in response to my offer to post testimony that readers have sent, or are sending, to the US State Department before May 19th.  Your testimony can be long or short, more detailed or less so.  Just send something!  And, then be sure to copy it to your elected officials.

Less than 24 hours left to get something in to the US State Department!

From Elena:

To Whom It May Concern:

I am opposed to any expansion of the refugee population in this country. I reside in Missoula Montana where a new International Rescue Committee Office is scheduled to open. To my knowledge there has been no formal refugee integration plan. I asked one of the Missoula County Commissioners, who signed a letter welcoming the refugees, when would the Reception and Placement (R & P) Abstract be available to the public? She had no clue as to what I was talking about.

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According to a recent local paper article, what was initially promised has already changed.

Here is what the Missoula Independent was now reporting:

“When the IRC’s request was approved, the prospect that refugees placed in Missoula would actually originate from Middle Eastern countries such as Syria seemed slim, as Syrians make up a small portion of those currently entering the United States.

However, IRC officials now say resettlement of Syrians appears more likely. Most refugees who relocate to the U.S. are placed with relatives, but Missoula’s fledgling program will likely draw from the roughly 30 percent of all arriving refugees who don’t have U.S. family ties.”

We have seen nothing in writing that provides any of the following information:

A list of the countries from which the refugees will come:

Health Care Access and Refugees with Special Needs:

Public Outreach:

Employment Services:

Housing:

Educational Services (language):

Also unknown are details regarding how long they would remain on Federal subsidies and what happens when those subsidies end?

There’s a major difference between “immigrants” and “refugees”. Both don’t even come near to being similar to those coming to America in the 19th and 20th centuries. Back then their first stop was Ellis Island and they had to have a sponsor. Today they seem to be colonizing rather than integrating and accepting our culture and government.

Lastly, if the refugee resettlement in Europe and Australia is any indication of what we in America can expect, then we better take a long and hard look at ANY resettlement program and plans.

This is the ninth testimony in our series leading up to the deadline for testimony at 5 p.m. on May 19th. Go here for where they are archived. We are posting as many as we can because we know the US State Department has refused in the past to make them public (so much for Obama transparency!).

Because I have so many of your testimonies, I promise to continue to post them even after the deadline has passed.

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Less than 24 hours left to send your comments to the US State Department!

Posted by Ann Corcoran on May 18, 2016

First, many apologies to all of you who thought I meant I would send your comments to the State Department.  I don’t think they would like that very much!   I offered merely to publish them here at RRW after (or even before) you send them in so that they would not completely disappear down a black hole and so that others would know that they are not alone.

So, here below, as suggested by another reader, is a very clear line about where to send them by 5 p.m. tomorrow May 19th!

Persons wishing to submit written comments on the appropriate size and scope of the FY 2017 U.S. Refugee Admissions Program should submit them by 5 p.m. on Thursday, May 19, 2016 via email to PRM-Comments@state.gov or fax (202) 453-9393.

For all of you who don’t know what we are talking about, go back to this post for a complete discussion. HOWEVER, I JUST NOW NOTICED THAT THE FEDERAL REGISTER NOTICE HAS THE WRONG DATES IN IT! I’ve written to the State Department for clarification! [update May 19th: we did hear from the State Department and they admitted they had made an error! You have until 5 p.m. today to get your testimony submitted.]

And, thanks to all who sent comments to me.  I am still in the process of reading them all and getting them posted. Needless to say, I had no idea that so many of you would take the time to write.

All of the testimony we have posted so far and other information on this important opportunity is archived here.

 

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How a Syrian seed community will be built in Eugene, Oregon (around one initial seedling)

Posted by Ann Corcoran on May 18, 2016

We’ve been telling you lately about how the federal government and its refugee contractors are out scouting new locations to expand the UN/US Refugee Admissions Program to your towns and cities.  They are desperate for new sites as older sites are overloaded and pushback from concerned citizens is growing.

We recently told you about Rutland, VT and Reno, NV, (in April it was Ithaca, NY) so it was no surprise to see news about the Eugene, OR (Lane County) area getting Syrian refugees. However, as I read the story and went back to earlier stories, the plot thickened!

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No mention is made of the fact that the US Conference of Catholic Bishops is a federal refugee contractor paid millions of dollars each year to seed refugees into American towns and cities.

The story that I saw first thing this morning is this one about a Catholic Charities being asked by the US Conference of Catholic Bishops to take a few Syrians and Burmese refugees soon (usual fairly straightforward strategy).

SPRINGFIELD, Ore.- In a few months, Lane County will gain three new families with the help of Catholic Community Services of Lane County.

These families are refugees from Syria and Myanmar, also known as Burma.

After that, Lane County will continue to gain 7 to 10 new refugee families each year.

Catholic Community Services Executive Director Tom Mulhern says the US Conference of Catholic Bishops called Catholic Community Services, asking them to help facilitate a refugee program in Lane County.

Demand transparency!

Be sure if you live in this area to contact Catholic Community Services and your local elected officials and ask for a copy of the R & P Abstract for Eugene/Springfield.  Don’t know what that is, please read our recent post on Reno! As a taxpayer, you are entitled to all the facts on the new resettlement site.

But, then get this!  Are we seeing the United Nations new ALTERNATIVE PATHWAYS being put in motion to build the Syrian community in Lane County?

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This is Welcoming America’s slide presentation on the idea of seeding your towns with immigrants and refugees. I did not make this up!

Here is what I found when I looked around some more:

The ‘seedling’ for this new community is a Syrian ‘refugee’ named Ali Turki Ali who was ‘discovered’ by a longtime US State Department employee named Mark Ward working in Turkey.

Although Ali was apparently perfectly safe in Turkey, he was interested in going to Europe, but Ward convinced him to go to America instead.

You really need to read the article.

But, then this is something I have never heard of and makes me wonder if this is part of the new strategy to get Syrians in to the US.

Ali was told that he would need a private sponsor and Ward’s  25-year-old son Peter would do the job. So some ‘twenty-something’ can vouch for a newly arrived Muslim refugee? When did that policy come into practice?

You will need a sponsor wherever you go,” Ward said.

“I know one American,” Ali said. “You. And you’re not in the United States.”

“I know an American who could be your sponsor,” Ward said. “My son, Peter.”

A sponsor is someone who agrees to watch over a refugee for their first six months in the country. The sponsor helps a refugee find a place to live and learn about the community.

Mark Ward showed Ali a map of Oregon. It might as well have been a photograph of Mars.

“And that same look came over his face,” Ward says.

And then I had to convince (Lutheran Community Services) in Portland that I wanted him in Eugene, and that wasn’t easy,” Ward says. Lutheran Community Services is Ali’s receiving agency in Oregon and one of three refugee resettlement agencies in the state, according to Evans, the state DHS spokesman.

“We want him in Portland,” Ward recalls the agency saying. “Where we can keep an eye on him.”

So, guess what, Ali went to Eugene, and subsequently the US Conference of Catholic Bishops has set up a new resettlement agency—-Catholic Community Services of Lane County—and presto! Ali’s extended family will be the first to arrive for the new resettlement site!

We learn here that because his two brothers have a relative in the area (Ali!) they are on the way to Eugene, Oregon.

So plant the first refugee seedling and more will come!

About the seedling photo: Go here and learn where that came from.

Posted in Changing the way we live, Colonization, Community destabilization, Muslim refugees, Refugee Resettlement Program, Resettlement cities, Taxpayer goodies, Who is going where | Tagged: , , , | 8 Comments »

Somalis carrying millions of dollars out of US in suitcases; are welfare benefits going to Somalia?

Posted by Ann Corcoran on May 18, 2016

See this story about investigations underway in Seattle where Somalis are carrying American dollars back to Africa (which is legal, but questionable under the circumstances described in the story from King 5).

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Are these your tax dollars flying from Sea-Tac to Somalia?

Here is the first question that popped into my head when I read this story:

So, if Somalis can travel back and forth to Somalia safely (carrying suitcases stuffed with American dollars that will be lost to the US economy), then doesn’t that mean that Somalia is safe enough and we no longer need to be resettling Somalis at the rate of 750 a month into your towns and cities!

Read this incredible story!  Here are just a few snips:

Travelers pulling suitcases full of cash started showing up at Sea-Tac Airport last year holding tickets for flights headed out of the United States.

Transporting large amounts of cash overseas isn’t illegal. But it was who was carrying the money … and where it was going that caught the attention of security officials.

[….]

The people carrying the cash didn’t hide the fact from Customs. Just the opposite, they reported it. Anyone traveling out of the United States is required to declare any amount over $10,000 and fill out a one-page federal form.

These reports are what caught the attention of terrorism investigators in Seattle.

The thing was the amount, the staggering amount,” said Glenn Kerns, who was assigned to the FBI’s Joint Terrorism Task Force (JTTF) at the time.

The couriers were working for Seattle-area hawalas – businesses that derive their name from the Arabic word for “transfer.” Hawalas are part of a traditional system of informal banking in Muslim communities.

[….]

Kerns said the first cash shipment rolled through Sea-Tac early last year. A man carrying $750,000 in cash told Customs officials he was transporting the money overseas. Over the next several months, couriers carrying as much as $2 million boarded commercial flights at Sea-Tac.

“One hawala – Seattle hawala – sent out $20 million last year,” said Kerns.

[….]

Kerns was a Seattle police officer who retired last December after serving 14 years on the FBI’s Joint Terrorism Task Force.

He uncovered something suspicious when he analyzed financial records that the hawalas are required file with the Washington Department of Financial Institutions.

He researched the names of the ten clients who transferred the most money through hawalas last year.

“All ten of them were on welfare benefits. DSHS benefits,” said Kerns. “It’s fraud. Straight up fraud – every one of them.”

Continue reading here.

I’ll bet a buck that most of the money in those suitcases is your money from those welfare benefits!

Posted in Changing the way we live, Crimes, diversity's dark side, Muslim refugees, Refugee Resettlement Program, Taxpayer goodies | Tagged: , , | 22 Comments »

 
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